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qotd, how else will we learn?

"To understand the corruption of the administration*, Mueller is teaching the nation, you have to understand the corruption of the businesses. And to understand the corruption of the businesses, you have to understand the ability of the man to corrupt everything and everyone he touches.

This, of course, includes the country that elected him. Mueller is teaching an awful lesson, but one that is no less important for the view it gives us of our republic and ourselves."

-- Charles P. Pierce in Esquire.


Wanna place odds on the chances the lesson will actually be learned?

I recognize that partisanship is not some phenomenon unique to Trumpistas, but it looks to me like there's a level of persistence in spouting of things that are demonstrably false that is really a problem.

I don't know that it's new. Maybe just brought into a particularly harsh and steady light.

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